JUDICIAL TRAINING CENTER.
1. The University of Granada, through the Management, shall promote the permanent professional training of the administration and services personnel. To this end, the Governing Council, at the proposal of the Governing Team, shall approve a multi-annual Plan, to be specified annually, for training, aimed at adapting to the job position, updating knowledge and professional development, the general criteria of which shall be negotiated with the workers’ representatives.
2. The University will facilitate stays, attendance to courses, conferences and other training actions that, carried out in other institutions, are considered of interest and relevance for the improvement of the Services and structures of management and administration, and will establish a procedure for the homologation of these training actions.
The need to adapt to the new demands of society. It is necessary to renew knowledge and adapt professional values and skills. In this sense, training must be considered a necessity, a right and a professional duty.
What should you know about Training Modalities?
The main purpose of the modification now published is to adapt the Agreement to the new framework established by Law 30/2015, of September 9, which regulates the Vocational Training System for Employment in the labor field.
The adaptation of training offers, especially those aimed at those groups that may have greater difficulties, so as to prevent their social exclusion and motivate future apprenticeships through the recognition of the competences obtained through these specific offers.
It is necessary to consider, first of all, the Agreement on proposals for tripartite negotiation to strengthen economic growth and employment, signed by the Government and the social partners on July 29, 2014, which includes a commitment to the development of specific measures in various areas, including the willingness to work to transform the vocational training system for employment, on the basis of social dialogue.
Continuous training plan for public administrations
The benefits of this training system have been disclosed and praised in different national and international contexts, coming to be assumed by administrations of other countries as a model to follow.
Despite all the positive aspects, in the Agreement on proposals for tripartite negotiation, signed on July 29, 2014, by the Government and the social partners (CCOO and UGT), the will to transform the vocational training system for employment is made clear, based on the principles agreed in the Social Dialogue Table, constituted for that purpose, and they committed to the signing of the V Agreement on Vocational Training for Employment and to make the regulatory changes that allow the evolution of the system and its adaptation to current needs.
In accordance with said action approach, the 2015 call for the financing of training plans within the framework of AFEDAP, was framed in a transition scenario towards the new model of vocational training for employment and incorporated some novelties in relation to previous calls. Thus, technical improvements were made in relation to the certification of the representativeness of the promoting trade union organizations and the accreditation of their organizational and technical capacity, and a scale for the assessment of their applications was established, which developed the assessment criteria foreseen and with a weighting of the qualitative aspects with an impact on the quantification of the corresponding subsidy; Improvements were established in relation to the system of modifications to the plans; the aspects relating to the obligations of the promoters that allowed for the adequate follow-up and control of their activities were further developed; the limit foreseen for general expenses was reduced, and the system of incompatibilities of the subsidies granted was expressly included.
Each Party shall facilitate or carry out the exchange of information regarding: a) the reduction or elimination of the production, use and release of persistent organic pollutants; and b) alternatives to persistent organic pollutants, including information related to their hazards and their economic and social costs. Each Party shall designate a national focal point for the exchange of such information.
Each Party shall give sympathetic consideration to developing mechanisms, such as release and transfer registers, for the collection and dissemination of information on estimates of the annual quantities of chemicals listed in Annexes A, B or C that are released or disposed of.
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